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4th Scientific Workshop: the Haematological Tumour Microenvironment and its Therapeutic Targeting

4th Scientific Workshop: the Haematological Tumour Microenvironment and its Therapeutic Targeting
February 07 - February 09, 2021 - POSTPONED IN 2023 - London, United Kingdom
Chairs : Dominique Bonnet, Marina Konopleva, Daniela S. Krause, Simon Mendez-Ferrer

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4th Scientific Workshop: 
The Haematological Tumour Microenvironment and its Therapeutic Targeting
2023: dates to be announced
The Francis Crick Institute – London, United Kingdom

Chairs: Dominique Bonnet, Marina Konopleva, Daniela S. Krause, Simon Méndez-Ferrer

In view of continuing COVID-19 related challenges and uncertainties, ESH has decided to postpone the 4th Scientific Workshop “The Haematological Tumour Microenvironment and its Therapeutic Targeting” in 2023.

 

Programme Summary:

This workshop brings together a constantly growing and international community of researchers, physicians and physician scientists, as well as biologists and physicians in training and corporate representatives, whose present or future work is focused on the tumor microenvironment in the haematological malignancies. The meeting offers ample room for networking and discussions amongst peers and with internationally leading experts. It provides novel scientific insight into the microenvironment of haematopoietic stem cells, as well as of myeloid and lymphoid malignancies including immunological aspects and strategies to target interactions between tumour cells and their environment.

 Continuing Medical Education (CME) credit points will be awarded to physicians for the time they will spend at the meeting improving their knowledge and skills. ESH is a provider of the European Hematology CME system.


Posters and Brief Oral Communications:

Registered participants are invited to submit their Biology and Clinical abstracts. Selected abstracts will be presented as brief oral communications or posters.


This meeting will be valuable for you if you are looking for:

  • Opportunity for lively discussions with leading and international experts, networking and forming of collaborations
  • Informative and interactive Meet-the-expert-sessions
  • Panel discussions with the experts and audience members
  • Talks on novel data by outstanding speakers of international calibre


This meeting will be of interest to:

  • Junior and senior biologists and clinicians (MD, PhD, MD-PhD)
  • Residents and biologists still in-training
  • Technologists
  • Representatives from industry


Learning objectives:

  • Describe the impact of the niche on haematopoietic development and ageing of haematopoietic stem cells
  • Describe factors such as metabolism and inflammation/infection influencing the niche and, consequently, haematopoietic stem cells
  • The niche in myeloid and lymphoid malignancies
  • The impact of immune cells and immunotherapy on the niche
  • Concepts and strategies to target haematological malignancies in the niche


Topics :

  • Normal Haemopoietic stem cell niche
  • The bone marrow niche under stress and regeneration
  • The bone marrow niche in myeloid malignancies
  • Metabolism
  • The bone marrow niche in lymphoid malignancies
  • Immune cells and immunotherapy
  • Preclinical and clinical studies to target bone marrow niche

 

The programme will include:

  • Plenary Sessions
  • Keynote Lectures
  • Simultaneous Meet the Expert Sessions
  • Panel Discussions
  • Poster Presentations
  • Short Oral Communications

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Abstract submission

SUBMISSION OF ABSTRACTS IS CLOSED

Abstracts guidelines:
– Your abstract has to be structured (eg Objectives, Methods, Results, Conclusions)
– Maximum number of words: 500
– Your abstract will be submitted to the peer review procedure.

The following file types may be uploaded: HTML document (*.htm), HTML document (*.html), JPEG image (*.jpg), GIF image (*.gif), or PNG image (*.png).

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